GM’s New Collision Repair Network Helps You Get Reputable Post-Crash Repairs

By Justin Cupler | September 3rd, 2018

Getting into a car accident is a troubling enough experience, and the last thing you want is to struggle with the repair process too. General Motors will help streamline the repair process with the release of its new GM Collision Repair Network.

No longer will you spend countless hours calling various auto body shops trying to find an economical but reliable facility. After a collision, the GM Collision Repair Network and OnStar help customers locate a repair facility with technicians who are specially trained to handle GM vehicles. These facilities use certified GM repair processes and only OEM parts to repair your vehicle so you know it’s safe.

While GM already had training and tools in place for its certified repair facilities, this new network enhances that. GM will add new standards to the pre- and post-collision scanning, repair procedures, calibration, and the overall repair process. This will streamline the process and allow technicians to complete repairs in less time and with higher accuracy.

Dealers and independent shops looking to become a part of this repair network can get more information and register by emailing to

So, when you buy your new Buick here at Sunrise Chevrolet in Glendale Heights, Illinois, you know GM will help you locate a reputable repair facility if you end up in an accident. Check out our available inventory online or swing by our showroom to test drive your favorite model. We have an array of SUVs, crossovers, trucks, sedans, and even an EV, to choose from. You’re bound to find the right car for you here at Garber Chevrolet Midland.



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